- Apple is working on a Mac that’s powered by in-house silicon
- The first Mac of this kind will not be launched this month, a report claims
- The device will be announced during another event in November
It’s not a secret that Apple is working on a Mac that runs on the company’s own silicon. The first device of this kind, however, might not be announced alongside the new iPhones that will be revealed in the Apple event set for Tuesday, a report said.
Apple previously said that it will transition its Macs from Intel chips to in-house silicon. At the time, the company said that it will be able to release the first Mac with Apple silicon by the end of the year. A report from Bloomberg, however, said that those who are looking forward to seeing the device during the upcoming Apple event will have to wait a bit more before it gets launched.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple will not be launching the first Mac with Apple silicon alongside the new iPhone 12 series.
“The first Mac laptop with Apple’s own processor, among other products, will emerge at another launch in November,” he wrote.
Gurman, who has a noteworthy 87.8% accuracy rating in terms of Apple leaks and predictions (per AppleTrack), didn’t provide an explanation as to why the Cupertino tech giant will not unveil the new Apple silicon-powered Mac this month.
He did, however, indicate that the upcoming iPhone 12 series unveiling will be the company’s “most important product launch” this year. This could explain why the new Mac with in-house silicon will not be announced alongside the new iPhones.
Apple will be unveiling on Tuesday “the widest array of new iPhones that Apple has